Star Group The Juvenile who won a Native Trail win will face six opponents when he returns to action in bet365 Craven Stakes at Newmarket.
The dark horse Oasis Dream won four of her starting fights at the age of two for Charlie Appleby, including Group One victories at the National Stakes at Curragh and Dewhurst on the Rowley Mile.
He will be a warm order to hit five from five at his three-year-old debut and cement his place as favorite ahead of post for Guineas 2000 later in the month.
Aidan O’Brien, who has never surprisingly won a Craven, sends Star Of India across the Irish Sea to renew this year.
Galileo’s son certainly featured in his racecourse debut at Leopardstown in October, but clearly faces a massive rise in class.
Star Of India is one of three one-time girls’ race winners in the field alongside Jane Chapple-Hyam’s Claymore and William Haggas-trained Al Mubhir, but among them won the track on Fall.
Hoo Ya Mal, coached by Andrew Balding, won the Convivial Maiden in York before being confronted by Noble Truth, Native Trail’s stable friend in a Doncaster-listed event during his latest appearance. he.
The only horse on the field to have run this year is Kingmax, who was lucky for a third time in the first start for Dave Loughnane at Kempton last month.
The pitch was completed by Zechariah, the double winner of Martyn Meade.
The main supporting race is Bet365 Abernant Stakes, with eight runner-ups announced.
The most likely favorite for the Group of Three competition is Ebro River, who won the Group One Phoenix Stakes for Hugo Palmer last season and is facing his elders for the first time.
Eve Johnson Houghton’s Jumby steps up the class after two wins last season, while Charlie Hills expects Garrus to improve in his fourth comeback in the Cammidge Trophy at Doncaster.
Currently (Stuart Williams), Run To Freedom (Henry Candy), Bellosa (Jane Chapple-Hyam), Double Or Bubble (Chris Wall) and Last Crusader (Karl Burke) complete the lineup.